Pupils cook up healthy snacks in new food space
CHILDREN at Hollinhey Primary School in Sutton can put their healthy eating skills into practice thanks to the arrival of a new food technology lab.
Sarah Clough, headteacher at the Bell Avenue school, said the children celebrated the opening of the food technology room with a series of health related activities, including a whole school dance.
She said: “At the end of the spring term, Hollinhey Primary School held a Healthy Body, Healthy Mind Day as part of their PSHE curriculum.
“The children took part in a variety of health related activities, including a whole school group dance, running a mile and producing healthy snacks.
“This gave the school the perfect opportunity to officially open their food technology room.
“The cooking facilities have been kindly funded by Friends of Hollinhey and help the school to ensure that all the children have the opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the Design Technology curriculum.
“The children really loved showing off their cooking skills.”
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Hollinhey Primary pupils in the new food technology room